Verizon Offering $60 Voice, Text, 2GB Data Plan to Loyal Users
As we noted last week, Verizon Wireless has worked very hard to avoid publicly competing with T-Mobile's recent price moves
, the company sticking to a long-standing claim that their network is just so good
-- they don't have to compete on price. Except that Fierce Wireless
notes that Verizon has started quietly giving some existing customers a loyalty offer of $60 for unlimited voice, text and 2 GB of data (tethering is not allowed). "We've had programs like this in place for a while--terms may change, but we always try to work with our long-time, loyal customers," Verizon claims, though the company refuses to state when exactly these loyalty offers were launched.Update
: It looks like Howard Forums has a long thread discussing this offer here
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|reply to gigahurtz |
Re: T-Mobile has unveiled what we all knew..
said by gigahurtz:
The major carriers have been screwing us over for many years now.
You mean how you've voluntarily paid for service for years? Nobody is screwing you, but you.
Palm Coast, FL
The major carriers have been screwing us over for many years now. AT&T and Verizon are definitely concerned with T-Mobiles new strategy. In the past, they wouldn't blink an eye if T-Mobile made some changes but clearly the changes they've made are affecting the big two and I'm glad they are.